Bury Church Of England High School...
...bringing the heart of God to the heart of learning.
"The Christian ethos of the school permeates every aspect of school life." (Ofsted, 2016)
A very warm welcome to Bury Church of England High School’s website where we hope you will be able to get a flavour of our school. Using the site will enable you to learn about our wide-ranging and diverse curriculum, about the departments, and life at Bury CE High School. You can also keep up to date with recent developments and learn about extra-curricular activities that pupils are encouraged to take part in.
Thank you for visiting us.
Reverend C. Watson (Headteacher)
News and Notices
BBC School News Report, 2013
Students from this school will be making the news for real on 21 March 2013 as they take part in BBC News School Report. We aim to publish the news by 1600 GMT on the News Day. In the meantime, take a look at what our students produced last year here.
BBC School News Report from Bury Church of England High School- Thursday March, 21st, 2013
Students from school made a BBC News School Report on 21 March 2013. We hope to have our news report video published soon but our written reports are already available here.
An important letter about the forthcoming Year 11 Art Examination has been sent home with students today. The letter details attendance requirements as well as the final deadline for submission of work on 19th March.
Please contact the Head of Art and Design, Mr R. Kneale, if you have any queries regarding this examination.
Starting this academic year, pupils have the exciting opportunity to be a part of the Children’s University ‘Passport to Learning’ venture. Pupils who choose to get involved will have the chance to attend a ‘cap and gown’ graduation ceremony that marks their commitment to, and participation in, learning that takes place outside of the classroom. Please take a look at the Children’s University website link for more information. A letter about this exciting initiative is also available for parents.
BCEHS Friends Annual Plant Sale March / April 2013
Once again, it’s the time of year when we all think of putting our gardens in order. After the cold and dark winter months, we look forward seeing a splash of colour for the summer. Please support school by buying your bedding plants through our service. Full details can be found here and an order form can be downloaded from here. Hurry, the last date for orders to be placed is Friday 19 April 2013!
Fairtrade event – Friday 9th March 2013
The Fairtrade campaign creates a better deal for Third World producers. Our Year 10 Fairtrade team is organising a Fairtrade Stall in the hall which will be open each break on Friday, including lunchtime, to raise funds for this worthwhile cause.
Staff will also be attending a ‘coffee and cakes’ event during the day.
iWitness – You be the Judge – March 2013
The Riding Lights Roughshod Theatre Company will be working in school on Tuesday 12th March and providing a public performance on the same evening.
Tickets are £7 for adults and £5 for children with a family ticket available for £20. Tickets are avilable from reception duirng school lunchtime today and tomorrow. The performance begins at 7.30pm so please arrive early if you plan to buy tickets at the door.
Box Office: 0161 797 6236
The Friends of Bury Church ask that you would recycle your old mobile phones. There is a box opposite the main reception where you can put your old phones.
Year 11 GCSE Art & Design Exhibition (May 2012)
You are invited to view our pupil’s work on :-
Wednesday 16th May 2012
in the Art rooms U7 & U8
6.00pm – 8.00pm
Mrs Lockey to complete the Manchester Marathon (March 2012)
On 29th April, Mrs Lockey will be taking part in her first ever marathon. Training has been going very well over the last few months; with many of you having seen her plodding the streets of a weekend! She would like to thank everyone who has sponsored her so far. She says, “It really is motivation during the painful and sometimes lonely miles to know that in completing this event I will be raising money to help disadvantaged children in the local area. Without this support training, especially during the cold dark nights, would be much more difficult to get out and do!”
Mrs Lockey’s form group are also helping in fundraising by each of them (26 in total) completing 1 mile each around the school grounds at some point between now and the day of the marathon. Between them they will cover the marathon distance – its just a shame they can’t all do a leg each on the actual day!
If anyone else feels that they would like to sponsor Mrs Lockey and her form, then you can do so at http://www.justgiving.com/Sarah-Lockey. Here you can find out more about the charity, Help a Capital Child, that she’s running for and make an easy online donation to a very worth cause. Thank you in anticipation of your support!